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Rejoice in the Lord Always and Give Thanks in All Circumstances

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We were eating dinner when the call came in. My wife looked at me expectantly. “Is it her?” I glanced at the phone, then nodded without enthusiasm. The “her” my wife was talking about was our realtor. We were looking for a house. In the past three weeks, we had made offers on four houses. And gotten none of them. That afternoon, we had tried for a fifth. I had no reason to believe this offer would turn out any …

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How Being a Dad Helped Me Understand God the Father’s Love

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When we celebrate Father’s Day, we’re celebrating a unique, life-altering event. Becoming a father is an experience like no other. When your child comes into this world, you are instantly and acutely aware that the life you are living is now and forever changed. Waves of different emotions crash over you and the feelings you have for this new life are difficult to put to words. You are suddenly a comforter, a protector, and a provider. Love is defined in a new way.

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Conversations With Daughters of the King: Share Your Verse

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As the month of May comes to a close, so does Biblica’s series “Conversations with Daughters of the King.” As many of you have shared, Mother’s Day can be quite joyous, but it can also be clouded with sadness, loss, heartache, longing… – emotions that run the gamut. It was in that spirit that we asked these contributors to speak from their heart, share the hard stuff, and most of all, challenge us all with the raw truths that real women face.

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Conversations With Daughters of the King: My Struggle With Control

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When I was asked to write this article I literally chuckled at myself. I was asked to write an article about the challenges of being a Major League Baseball wife and mom and how the Bible has helped me through those. Seems pretty basic to my everyday life, right? The irony is, just four days prior, I made a pretty deep confession about my struggles in this EXACT department in our wives Bible study. We are studying a book by …

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Conversations With Daughters of the King: Becoming Isabella’s Mom

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I was just 20 years young when I had moved back to Kansas City from Boston, Massachusetts. I was working at a psychiatric hospital following a year of college. Two weeks after returning home, I discovered a big surprise! I was pregnant. I wasn’t in a relationship at the time. I wish I could say I was like Mary and got impregnated by the Holy Spirit, but that was not the case. I believe I was seeking desperately to find …